EFFECTS OF SORPTION AND TEMPERATURE ON SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN UNSATURATED STEADY FLOW. Conference

cited authors

  • Fuentes, HR; Polzer, WL; Essington, EH

fiu authors

abstract

  • Laboratory column studies were performed in unsaturated flow conditions with a composite pulse containing iodide, cobalt, cesium and strontium each at 10** minus **3 M. The exchanges in transport due to a temperature change from 25 degree C to 5 degree C for nonconservative solutes. Also, differences in transport between 5 degree C and 25 degree C for nonconservative solutes may be predicted in a qualitative manner. These effects should be of concern in modeling and management of spills and waste disposal within this range of environmental temperatures.

publication date

  • December 1, 1986

start page

  • 303

end page

  • 306